2014 Corporate Safety Award Winners

Congratulations to all who applied. Applying shows your company values your employees and takes great pride in ensuring their safety. Out of 117 applicants this year for Phase I, 80 companies were finalists who advanced to Phase II. From the … Continued

WSC Conference App

Mobile App Sponsor Stay connected! Stay connected with the Wisconsin Safety Council Conference App. Whether you have an iPhone, iPad, Android, or Blackberry, this app will your onsite sidekick. Not only will you get the latest program updates and information, but you can … Continued

2014 Corporate Safety Award Qualified Finalists

Company City Agropur Luxemburg Alliant Energy – WPL Madison Animix LLC Juneau AstenJohnson Appleton August Winter & Sons, Inc. Appleton AZCO INC. Menasha Bassett Mechanical Kaukauna Bay Shipbuilding Co. Sturgeon Bay Bemis North America – Oshkosh North Oshkosh Butters-Fetting Co., … Continued

Why Worry About Employment Law Poster Compliance?

By Terri Dougherty, J.J. Keller & Associates, Inc.  Displaying the employment law posters required by state and federal law seems like a simple process. What could be easier than posting a few notices relating to wages, leave rights, and antidiscrimination laws? A look … Continued

Do’s and Don’ts for Passing an OSHA Inspection

By Charles B. Palmer and Carlos R. Pastrana If given a choice, no employer would willingly choose to have to go through an OSHA inspection. The mere thought of having an inspector walking through your worksite, manufacturing facility, warehouse or … Continued

2014 Annual Safety & Health Conference Handouts

Handouts have been removed from the website. If you attended, and still need a copy, contact WSC to request a file. Tuesday, April 29, 2014 #1 EHS Supervisor Scorecard Process #2 Understanding Legal Pitfalls of E&S Compliance #3 Protecting Temporary/Vulnerable … Continued

Prescription Drug Overdose: An Epidemic

By Janie Ritter Director of Wisconsin Safety Council For the first time since World War II, motor vehicle crashes have lost their reign as the leading cause of unintentional death for Americans ages 25-64. Deaths due to poisoning recently moved … Continued